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Research An iOS Bug May Hit One's iPhone on December 2nd
Author: 0 An iOS Bug May Hit One's iPhone on December 2nd

If you are affected by the repeated crashing bug, which started happening for users worldwide after 12:15 AM on December 2nd, you will need to disable notifications as soon as possible as a workaround. However, this feature does not appear to be enabled yet (it will be activated server side later). But like every other iOS release, some might not find the update in good taste for several reasons.

Research The other Theresa May awaits Trump's apology after accidental tweet
Author: 0 The other Theresa May awaits Trump's apology after accidental tweet

Muslim groups said the president's action was incendiary and reckless. Attention has now turned to whether Prime Minister Theresa May will cancel Trump's planned state visit to the UK. "I was in bed by half 10 last night and oblivious to it all". "I'm just waiting for a call from the White House with an apology". Speaking from her home in Bognor Regis, a seaside town 55 miles (89 km) south-west of London , she said: "It's fantastic to think that the world's most powerful man managed ...

Research Qualcomm fires back at Apple with new batch of patent infringement suits
Author: 0 Qualcomm fires back at Apple with new batch of patent infringement suits

Earlier this week, Apple filed its countersuit against Qualcomm , claiming that the company infringed on Apple's patents with the Snapdragon 820 and Snapdragon 800 processors. After attempting to ban iPhone sales in China , Qualcomm now aims to ban Apple's jewel in the crown, the iPhone X on two US -based networks; AT&T and T-Mobile.

Research Ex-NSA employee pleads guilty to taking classified info home
Author: 0 Ex-NSA employee pleads guilty to taking classified info home

A National Security Agency employee who worked at home without authorization on sensitive hacking tools pleaded guilty Friday to violating the Espionage Act - a security breach that the agency was tipped off to by Israeli cyberspies . Pho had installed Kaspersky anti-virus software on his home computer. Kaspersky has acknowledged that its software lifted hacking tools from a home computer in 2014, but said it was not part of an intentional effort to steal information from the NSA.

Research Data-friendly Twitter 'Lite' now available in 24 countries
Author: 0 Data-friendly Twitter 'Lite' now available in 24 countries

After a successful trial in the Philippines, Twitter is rolling out its data-friendly "Lite" Android version in 24 countries across Asia, Africa, Europe, the Middle East and Latin America. "Through on-the-ground user research and Play Store reviews, we received a lot of valuable feedback", Shah wrote in a Thursday blog post . The work has paid off according to Product Manager Jesar Shah as tweets sent from Twitter Lite have increased more than 50 percent.

Research Supermoon 2017: This weekend's moon is the biggest of the year
Author: 0 Supermoon 2017: This weekend's moon is the biggest of the year

If you're occupied Sunday evening watching CBS' "The Carol Burnett 50th Anniversary Special" or NBC's "Sunday Night Football" game between the Philadelphia Eagles and Seattle Seahawks, or don't feel like waking up at 3:45 a.m. It's called a supermoon and it only happens once this year. Astronaut Edwin Aldrin walks by the footpad of Apollo 11. That kind of full moon won't revisit Earth until 2034, according to NASA.

Research Bungie shows off new Destiny 2 weapon changes, adds new vendor rewards
Author: 0 Bungie shows off new Destiny 2 weapon changes, adds new vendor rewards

This week, Xur can be found in the EDZ in the Winding Cove. Where was Xur's location last week and what was he selling? FREE GAMES! What games do you get for free on Playstation Plus in December? According to reports , experience points are tweaked and the game is extended until December - or even beyond.

Research PUBG Xbox One X Install Size Requirement Is Up To 30 GB
Author: 0 PUBG Xbox One X Install Size Requirement Is Up To 30 GB

We remind you that PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is a third-person shooter in a Battle Royale style that today has surpassed all the records of simultaneous players, having been one of the most acquired titles on the Steam platform since long before it left the Early Access program.

Research FDA Approves AliveCor's Kardiaband, Apple Watch Gets Its Medical Device Accessory
Author: 0 FDA Approves AliveCor's Kardiaband, Apple Watch Gets Its Medical Device Accessory

Doctors can diagnose hundreds of diseases using EKG data, but AliveCor is cleared by the FDA only to record the EKG and to advise a user that the reading is normal, or possibly indicative of atrial fibrillation. "We live in a world where consumers want to know every minute what's going on [in their bodies] and for the first time they can have a medical, clinical-grade, FDA-cleared tool", Gundotra said.

Research Samsung Gear Sport and Fit2 Pro First Impressions
Author: 0 Samsung Gear Sport and Fit2 Pro First Impressions

These devices have featured prior to their release at the IFA 2017 tech event in August, however, it took no more than few months for Samsung to launch the devices in India. Unlike the Gear S3, the Gear Sport is lighter, thinner, lacks cellular connectivity, and is also swim-proof. The watch can also be used to open files such as a powerpoint presentation on a big screen and control it using your smartwatch.

Research Scientists: To save the environment when need to pass on the glitter
Author: 0 Scientists: To save the environment when need to pass on the glitter

They are a well-known environmental hazard for the world's oceans, and they're now a hot topic in the United Kingdom. Microplastics are tiny pieces of plastic that are less than five millimeters long. "There are 22,000 nurseries in the country, so if we're all getting through kilos and kilos of glitter, we're doing awful damage", said Cheryl Hadland, director of Tops Day Nurseries.

Research Google Says Apps Can No Longer Put Ads on Your Lock Screen
Author: 0 Google Says Apps Can No Longer Put Ads on Your Lock Screen

Stealing data from popular social networking applications such as Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, Viber, Skype, LinkedIn and Telegram. The apps were all carriers of the Tizi backdoor - a piece of malware, which has been around since 2015. "Those living on Wi-Fi or with large data plans may not notice, but for many users around the world data is like money to them so they budget it". In the updated policy text, Google says specifically that apps "may not introduce ads or features that monetize ...

Research Amazon says Cyber Monday 2017 was its biggest shopping day ever
Author: 0 Amazon says Cyber Monday 2017 was its biggest shopping day ever

The best-selling item for Amazon's Cyber Monday was the Echo Dot . Whole Foods Market in the US broke its all-time record of turkeys sold during the Thanksgiving season due to lower prices on turkeys and Prime members who received even deeper discounts, according to a press release.

Research Samsung fires up production of second-gen 10-nm FinFET chips
Author: 0 Samsung fires up production of second-gen 10-nm FinFET chips

The latest 10 LPP process technology will add up to an estimated 10% increase in performance besides lowering the power consumption by 15% lower. Qualcomm picked TSMC over Samsung for the Snapdragon 845 so the first 10nm LPP chips out of the factory will likely be Exynos models as well as chipsets like the Snapdragon 670 (10nm LPP ).

Research Samsung ramps up production on its 2nd gen 10nm chips
Author: 0 Samsung ramps up production on its 2nd gen 10nm chips

Its pretty much confirmed that Samsung will get the exclusive first batch of Snapdragon 845 chips, much to the dismay of competitors. Benefits delivered thanks to this methodology include "greatly reducing turn-around time from development to mass production and by providing significantly higher initial manufacturing yield", asserts the South Korean electronics giant.

Research Abidjan to host 5th AU-EU Summit on Wednesday
Author: 0 Abidjan to host 5th AU-EU Summit on Wednesday

Conde, also AU Chairman, called for bringing to book the human traffickers and charging them with "crime against humanity". Libya agreed to allow access to its territory for the parties to evacuate the camps "where these barbaric scenes" have been identified and to speed up the repatriation of migrants to their countries of origin, he said.

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